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Installing Rubber Tubing on Tracker Bar
By Craig Brougher

Dan Harrett was asking for a good way to lubricate tubing placed on a
trackerbar.  There are several things you can use.  You can do it very
simply with a soap solution in a little bowl.  Just dip each end in the
solution and it just zips on.  Or you can use any kind of silicone
spray with an extension tube in the nozzle (cut off, of course -- they
come too long, enough to make three or four of them).

Craig Brougher

(Message sent Sun 21 Mar 1999, 16:05:44 GMT, from time zone GMT-0600.)

Key Words in Subject:  Bar, Installing, Rubber, Tracker, Tubing

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